It was a freaky 80+ degrees yesterday so Zoe and I decided to pack a picnic lunch go for a walk at Shenk's Ferry Wildflower Preserve. Poor flowers, it was a bit too hot for them, and us too!
Dutchman's Breeches, in the bleeding heart family.
Their seeds are planted by ants, no wonder they were everywhere!
Even growing off rocky areas.
Wilty Virginia bluebells don't like the sun and heat.
Bending over to fix my shoe, I nearly put my hand on this guy!
A wolf spider perhaps?
A lovely tree planter created by Mother Nature.
We found this neat looking hobbit hole.
One of my favorites, a yellow trout lily.
It was so hot, the cool creek felt like heaven!
Everything is starting to turn green. My little Zoe looked like a woodland fairy child. :)